The latest news on credit cards
Free food entices students to sign up for credit cards. One group wants the practice stopped.
A few simple precautions help turn the Internet into a safe shopping zone.
You can ignore the Joneses, an author says. They're probably deep in debt.
The Fed cuts, and Wall Street celebrates. How to join the party
Despite the Fed's interest rate cut, consumers still need to do their own negotiating.
ATMs and credit cards are replacing traveler's checks as the method of choice.
A new consumer site on banking and credit is a good first step, but it may leave you frustrated.
A top federal regulator says there's growing demand for reining in banks' unpopular practices.
Did you know that when you're shifted to a higher interest rate, it can apply to past charges, too?